Recent publications from newest to oldest:

Logo for Yemassee, Literary Journal of the University of South Carolina

Yemassee 26.2 —”Harnessing Quicksilver”


Raleigh Review


Spring 2020 – “Ode to La Conquista”


Spring 2020 – “Niña” & “Gonzalez y Guerrero”




Sábado en Alausí / Saturday in Alausí – Finalist in the Columbia Journal Online’s Fall Contest 2019. Published Monday, October 21, 2019.


Nashville Review
Self Portrait Con Naranja
Nashville Review #29 – Summer 2019



Contrapuntos VI

Oda a Guayaquil

Contrapuntos VI – Ciudades (in)Visibles
December 24, 2018





The Florida Review

The Florida Review, Special Latinx Feature
42.2 Fall 2018




digopalabratxtMientras la Ostra No Se Abre
Perla del Pacífico
Ceviche de Concha
December 24, 2018

Oda a Guayaquil (In Spanish)Acentos Review logo
The Acentos Review
August 2018 issue


Fantastic Voyage
Aquifer: The Florida Review Online
June 2018



Azahares Literary Magazine CoverPanamericana Norte (In Spanish)
La Puerta de Hierro (In Spanish)

Azahares #10
Spanish Language Literary Magazine, University of Arkansas
10th Anniversary Issue
April 2018

Small Orange Journal

Viernes, 3AM / Friday, 3AM
(bilingual poem)
Small Orange Journal – Issue 3 April 2018




Crab on the Loose
Muse/A Journal Issue 6 – March 2018





The Big Picture
SWWIMM Every Day – February 6, 2018



Rules of Engagement
Baltimore Review
Winter 2018 Issue




Glass Mountain Volume #19: Fall 2017

Glass Mountain
Volume 19
Fall 2017




Naugatuck River Review Issue 18Año Viejo
Naugatuck River Review
Issue 18 / Fall 2017
Nominated for a Pushcart Prize






Nashville Review

“I underline a title like I underline a country”
Translation of the poem “Subrayo un título como subrayo un país” by Oriette D’Angelo
Nashville Review #25, Spring 2018

asymptote-logoFive poems by Oriette D’Angelo translated from the Spanish by Lupita Eyde-Tucker
March 19th and Spring 2019 issue

Also: Translation Tuesday on the Asymptote Blog: Forbidden to Pass By and Stay by Oriette D’Angelo.


The Arkansas InternationalKnee on Dirt, by Oriette D’Angelo
The Arkansas International



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